Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 24, 1938 · Page 4
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Saturday-, September 24,. 1988 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Mote Sou 1«U the Quicker Von Sell" RATES Unifr-2c word, minimum 30c Three time?—3V4c word, min. SOc tax Umes-€c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum •—12.'"' Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. Cut each initial or nanw, or com- pl«te telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, dose in. Bargain, J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total. 15 words, at 2c word, SOc for one time; at 3}ic word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 ' Escanaba 1* Rated . Beat Governed Town ESCANBA, Mich.-(#>-Th« city of Escanaba Is listed by political scien* lists as one of the "model towns" of the United States in a report prepared recently for a motion picture producer who wanted a model for the best governed town in this country. Other towns listed included Kalamazoo, Mich.; Winnetka, Hi.; Ashtabula, Ohio; Hamilton, Ohio; Janesville, Wis.; Columbus. Ga.j Newport News, Va.; Kenosha, Wis., and Lynchburg, Va. Service* Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 653-J. l-26tc ^ 1 \Vinter will soon be here, re-roof now. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 20-6tc British Planes to Drop 'Bombs' to Check Drift LONDON.-^)-British air, lineif? and flying boats crossing the Aalantic may shortly carry "bombs." The "bombs" are intended to be dropped on the seae, so that pilots can check on their drift. Often they fly for hours without sighting a ship to enable them to make a drift calculation. Experimental bombs now being tested explode on impact with the water and throw off enough white foam to be visible from a great height. OUR BOARDING HOUSE I'DEAR,' YOU'RE. l-| c/M *-*••>-/AY t THE 5 AUSTRALIAN WOOL J^ING, LOANED ME THIS MECMAN/CAL HORSE TO CjEVT IN SHAPE FOR THE POLO HE \Z> PLANKJIM<3 TO USE ME AT MY OLD POSiTiOM OF ANCHORMAN OK) HIS , He Made a Sole As soon as the traveler entered the office, said the manager hurriedly, "I am sorry, but I cannot see you oday." "Well," replied the traveler, 'it's ucky I called here. I represent a firm Df spectacle makers!" with . , , . MAJOR HOOPLE mnr-•-.'--• • --^- - 'n • •=-" -~—----"-, -THAT'S YOUR D&lTlOW, ALL .KK3H1 T/E THE PONIES TO ,, BETWEEM CHUKKERS/ }' KJOVVYOU CALL UP -THAT MECHANICAL RlPlWCa ACADEMY AND TELL THEM TO COME ANP GET THfelR '" ELECTRIC MOOSE / THAT'S THE. THIRt? COKITRAPTIOSl YOU'VE HAD ON AFREET TRIAL HERE" -CHI'S MOMTHf OUT OUR WAY By J. R, WILLIAMS Special. Eye-brow and lash dye 40c. Guaranteed oil permanents S1.50 and up White Way Beauty Shop, Phone 119. 21-3tp. You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp FOR RENT •FOR RENT—Newly furnished bed room, close in. Gentleman preferred. 208 So. Laurel. Mrs. Carl Brown. 19-3tp FOR RENT—New seven room residence with garage. 709 South Main Street, Mrs. C. D. Lauterbach. phone 417. 21 - 3tc FOR RENT—Large front bedroom southeast exposure, private entrance adjoining bath. 920 S. Elm St. Phone 464W. 20-3tp Notice Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One A fault-finding newspaper man of London wanted to refer outright to the British prirrje minister or the men around him, and to the members of the French foreign office. Enjoy your home more, re-paint and re-paper. Special terms. 'Hempstead County Lumber Company. 20-6tc "BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES REE TRIAL,, _HOOPLE = a. JiBTSl. PAT. OFF. 3-2M7 "ACCIDENTALLY* HAH / 1 TOLD HIM I'D GE-.T EVEM v\ WITH Hi\A AWD, }',..,.% BY GOLLY, I WILL/ V/HAT'S ALL TH6 veuuwe OUT HERE'WHAT ARE YOU IfOTO NOW? J MOTHERS GET <3RAV COPR.H3B8VNEASEBVICC.INC. Attaboy, Steve By EDGAR MARTIN FOR SALE—One used Frlgidaire— top condition. An extremely good buy. 54.50 per month pays for it. Automotive Supply Co. 20-3tc NOTICE—See Frisby, Ideal Furni ture Store to buy, Sell or Trade Fur niture, Homes or Farms. Some bar gains, act quick. 20-26tp. NOTICE—Local money to loan on improved farm lands and city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope Arkansas. IM-Oct. 20c For Sale FOR SALE—Fordson tractor, cheap. Excellent buy for replacement parts. Apply Hope Star. 20-3tp TWO BARGAINS IN FINE PIANOS We will sell to someone in this vicinity a 1938 model studio piano and a console type piano, both standard makes, at real bargain prices on easy weekly or monthly payments if sold at once. For full information as to where pianos may be seen wire or write BALDWIN MUSIC CO. 423 Milam St. Shreveport, La. 20-3tc TO VOOR. iOOt, VVt'6 ALLEY OOP scv\oo\_'. AS.VE TO COOR&t 5 ASVt TO . 0V \T \ V\t OOt^Vi'T HAVit HOCVX ,XOO VC^OVO « AViO \T O>V\t A V\TT\_t TO GtT '. OVXVX- \V S^t COO\_0 >^?i* \ 1 %*l i A boe>; r Foozy's Practically Speechless V. A TO ICOPR. 1938^ NEA SEHVICF. INC.' T. ^^VoTCl.!?.''£,•....;.•. Found TAKEN UP—Brown horse mule weight 750; about 12 or 15 years old. Taken up month ago. A. E. McRoy, Hope Route Four. 22-3tp Lost FOR SALE—Saddle horse, 4 years old, dark bay black trimmings, weight 1,000 pounds. Natural gaits. A beauty. Price cheap. H. H. Darnall, Fulxon, • Ark. Phone 24. 24-3tc FOR SALE—10 gallon Coca Cola Oak kegs. Bargain prices. Cox Drug Co. 22-3te Complete line of building materials for all repairs. See us for low prices and easy terms. Hempstead County Lumber Company. 20-6tc LOST—Dark-bay mare mule, weigh 1100, one shoe on front hoof, knot on right front knee, aged mule. Vase Bostic, Patmos Route Two. 23-3t LOST—Leather book folder. Lost between Tunstall gin and 'Crossroads. Return to T. W; Sanders^Hofie,, Furniture iCo. ' •• . "' ' .' 24"-Uto ! N IB V'MEAN "THAT DANGED Vhr7T<WH ADDVA MEAN, YOUR KAKKV T WHV, SAY, OOP-^WO-LEGGED LIZARD/^ VOU JTr\ I'M TH 1 GUV WHO CAPTURED •\V G05H, WHERE'5) THAT WAS HOGGIN' / KICKED A^T-> 1 ™' CRITTER, AIN'T I?' KAKKV ?? /ALL THE ROOM, I 1 KAKKVJ3(JT? k^" * KICKED 1 IM OUT/ /\ WHV, VOU - - / —^-—-, • f "-* (f( .^ ~\ .'EH, BUT J'/A TH' ONE WHO „ TOOK CARE OF 'IM.» KAKKV^/AWRIGHT/ 15 /v\INE, AND VOU /VOL) CAN " HAD JMO RIGHT TO ~~ KICK MM OUT I iy M V /"M! 'IM-1F VOU CAM FIND '1W - I DON KNOW WHERE HE WENT . WHV, VOU --VOU--f.' I OUGHT A BUST VOU RIGHT---AW, WlWS TH 1 USE WASTIM' BREATH ON A HAIRV-FACED APE LIKE VOU/ §>. \\ ^' ^S; ^ vvsvm* »T c* i - > * - *— _* s r* ** r r -* '•CQPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF r ????$ 3 ./^ LOST—Ladies Bulova wrist watch, inside high school stadium. Return to Hope Star for reward. 24-3tp ... WASH TUBBS S\RST, A BLOWOUT. THEN, VOHEM OVJW .20 AAVLES_ ;, THERE'iS A PUNCTURE. rTusTSrlpki JJOT ARE YE GUNWER HO? Wash Is Desperate \ OUTLINE MAP , HORIZONTAL j 1 Pictured South Ameri; can country. i 9 Its capital, , Buenos . |14 Falsifier. jl5 Smells. !17 To rant. ,18 Stupid and ' obstinate. '20 Genus of ; whales. ,22 And, 23 Fall and winter. 25 Half an em. 26 Senior. 27 Twice. •2? Stream ob' struction. •S(J Spain. 32 Possesses. 33 Carbonated ! drink. 135 Corded cloth. ; 37 Genus of • honeybees. '38 Bean eye. . : 40Sea birds. :41Body of com 1 missioners(pl. Answer to Previous Puzzle 44 Compass point. 46 South America. 47 Mitten. 48 Postscript. 4& Month. 51 EH. 52 Laughter sound. 53 To embarrass. 55 Brutal monarch. 53 Writing table. 59 On the lee. 60 This republic's • president. )61 raising is an important 'industry. VERTICAL 1'Wing. ' 2 Part of a stair 3 Manner of walking. 4 Sea eagle. 5 Sounds. 6 Thought, 7 Nay. 8 Violin bow. 10 GSd of war. 11 Contest of . speed. 12 Makes level. 13 Ocean. 16 To dispatch. 19 Cow-headed goddess. 21 Russian emperor. 24 Outer garment. 26 This country once belonged to ——• 27 Safety places in baseball. 29 Signified. 31 This country's money. 32 Secreted. 33 Hog. 34 To deposit. 36 Matter. . 38 Pronoun. 39 Imitative. 42 Whip stroke. 43 Unctuous. 45Lighted coal. 48 Part of a window. 50 Hops kiln. 52 To stop. 53 Stir. 54 Snow glider. 56 Rodent. 57 Golf device. 'I'LL CHARTER A PLAWE, ATS VJOT. I JUST GOT GiT THERE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Kay Thompson and Charles Coll iEAV)\W\\.t, WOO OF CAROL'S SOCIETY FR\EMDS ARE 6ATV\ER\N6 AT THE CHURCH. A Voice From the Past By ROY CRANE" TO TgLLYOU, FRECK ™. A SUE IS THE JT AMD SINOER IN ) YOU THIS . \ KWOW WHO ORCHESTRA/ / I'LL- BE SHE SIM6S { SINQINQ, TORCH / THEM TO .' SONQS .' " px^V ^"% ^ w/ f w' OMTHE PLATFORM NEXT TO ME % WHY NOT ? EVERY \ ORCHESTRA HAS A GIRL. JlMeER FOK. PECORAHOM IF NOTHING ELSE I MYRA NQRm_SPECIAL NURSE BLUFFJM6,"WAS SHE?" Interrupted Plans !/ DADCfi' \r tf!> A*yc i — By MERRILL BLOSSER LOOK AT MY HANP/ COMli, A BURST OF MAGNUM BUtLETS WILL MAKE THAT ROOM LOOK LIKE ,' AS SOOM AS BEMSON LEAPS BACK,MVRA QUICKLY SHUTS THE POOR ANP PIL-ES LUGGAGE BEFORE IT. , THE SPIDER AWP BENSON RETURN TO THEIR PLANE WHERE THEY LOAD THEIR MACHINE GUNS WITH HEAVY SHELLS U/E FINISH , THIS OUEEK! PETRQ LOOK/ A SPECK IM THE SK.Y TO THE NOfJTH.' ' OF P.1CRCIN6 INCH- THICK METAL

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